Data Provenance in Agriculture
Soils are probably the most critical natural resource in Agriculture, and soils security represents a critical growing global issue. Soils experiments require vast amounts of high-quality data, are very hard to be reproduced, and there are few studies about data provenance of such tests. We present OpenSoils; it shares knowledge about data-centric soils experiments. OpenSoils is a provenance-oriented and lightweight e-infrastructure that collects, stores, describes, curates and, harmonizes various soil datasets.
KeywordsReproducibility Soil security Open data Data quality Big data
This work was supported in part by the Brazilian agencies FNDE/MEC/SESU, PIBIC/CNPq, Petrobras and CYTED networks BigDSSAgro and SmartLogistcs@IB.
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